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European Union Compared by Health > Life expectancy at birth > Years > Total population

DEFINITION: Life expectancy at birth (years) 2003 - Total population.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
=1 Sweden 81 2003
=1 Italy 81 2003
=3 Spain 80 2003
=3 France 80 2003
=5 Germany 79 2003
=5 Malta 79 2003
=5 Belgium 79 2003
=5 Austria 79 2003
=5 Greece 79 2003
=5 United Kingdom 79 2003
=5 Luxembourg 79 2003
=5 Finland 79 2003
=5 Netherlands 79 2003
=14 Cyprus 78 2003
=14 Ireland 78 2003
=16 Slovenia 77 2003
=16 Denmark 77 2003
=16 Portugal 77 2003
=19 Poland 75 2003
=19 Croatia 75 2003
=19 Czech Republic 75 2003
22 Slovakia 74 2003
23 Hungary 73 2003
=24 Bulgaria 72 2003
=24 Lithuania 72 2003
=26 Latvia 71 2003
=26 Romania 71 2003
=26 Estonia 71 2003

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European Union Compared by Health > Life expectancy at birth > Years > Total population

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Interesting observations about Health > Life expectancy at birth > Years > Total population

  • Australia ranked first for life expectancy at birth > years > total population amongst Hot countries in 2003.
  • Japan ranked first for life expectancy at birth > years > total population globally in 2003.
  • Monaco ranked first for life expectancy at birth > years > total population amongst Christian countries in 2003.
  • Kuwait ranked first for life expectancy at birth > years > total population amongst Muslim countries in 2003.
  • Italy ranked first for life expectancy at birth > years > total population amongst European Union in 2003.
  • Israel ranked second for life expectancy at birth > years > total population amongst Former British colonies in 2003.
  • Chile ranked first for life expectancy at birth > years > total population amongst Emerging markets in 2003.
  • Andorra ranked first for life expectancy at birth > years > total population amongst Cold countries in 2003.
  • 32 of the bottom 33 countries by life expectancy at birth > years > total population are Sub-Saharan African.
  • Costa Rica ranked first for life expectancy at birth > years > total population amongst Latin America and Caribbean in 2003.
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